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Friday, March 30, 2012

Why we have a Facebook Page SPLIT FEATHERS

Yup, it’s what all the experts say you need - and it’s the way to find new people who become new friends.

In fact, this blog Split Feathers has found many new adoptees (like Michael and his brother who are Native adoptees but don’t know their tribe yet).

That is the purpose of Facebook (FB) - to connect you with friends and let you comment and talk and like and share. I try and make time to read friend’s posts and I’m sure you do, too.

Because of Facebook I have reconnected with friends from school and college and friends I knew when I lived in various places but moved away. I have adoptees friends I have not met in person (yet) and Native American friends who are not adoptees. It’s a giant circle, really!

It’s a kind of meeting place - and you can have groups of people, business pages (like our Blue Hand Books) and lists of interests (I am figuring out Facebook like all of you are, yes.)

So if you haven’t been to our Facebook page, please do it now.

(There is a Facebook box in the right column on this blog where you can click like and it will add us to your FB list.)

Please LIKE the page so you can receive updates on your FB timeline. There will be more news and more stories in the coming days - so stay tuned!

Thank you! Chi Megwetch and Pilamaye!  Trace 

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